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Over the years since its inception, Linux has gotten easier and easier to use. It used to be that even getting it to run at all was a victory, and now we take that for granted. That said, not everything runs as flawlessly as it could.
Laptops, especially newer laptops, can still be problematic with Linux. Part of this comes down to Wi-Fi and battery management, but the touchpad is often to blame as well. Unfortunately, these touchpad issues can be tough to diagnose and fix.
If your touchpad is not working and you are connected to an external mouse, check in your System Settings that you have not enabled the “disabled touchpad when mouse is connected” option.
If you don’t get any output similar to the above, you’re either dealing with a kernel bug or completely unrecognized hardware. On the other hand, if you do see a message relating to your touchpad, try the following.
Before you move on, you might want to hook up a mouse and use it to try the graphical touchpad settings menu. Where this is will depend on your desktop. It’s possible that your touchpad simply isn’t enabled. If that’s the case, just tick the box to enable it.
On some laptops it’s possible to disable the touchpad completely in the BIOS. You may see it listed by xinput, but it won’t work. Make sure to check this before tossing your laptop in the trash.
Many laptops contain a hardware switch to disable the touchpad. Often this works by holding down the “Fn” key plus one of the function keys on the keyboard. This will cause similar issues to a BIOS switch, so be sure to check for it.
There is one final thing you can try if your touchpad isn’t working and you’re using an older distribution. Try a newer Linux distro. It takes time and effort, yes, but newer distros have newer kernels which means better hardware support.
If you’re already using an up-to-date distribution and your touchpad isn’t working, you may just have to tough it out. A wireless mouse with a dongle isn’t ideal, but it’s better than having no mouse support at all. If you want to go one step further, take a look at our list of the .
If the driver doesn't work well. There's a patch (drop_releases.diff) for xorg synaptics driver 1.9.0 and 1.9.1 which implements the same idea: it drops the artificial releases if a next report is a touch, it happens when the touchpad starts to report two close contacts as one wide contact. Probably to handle those reports in user space is more natural from the architectural point of view.
I have the same touchpad on an ASUS laptop. Linux kernels below 4.5 don't have the drivers for this touchpad, so all you have to do is upgrade your kernel. Even though Linux kernels go all the way to 4.10 as of this writing, I like to trail the edge of technology, so if you just go to 4.5, you should be good.
I just acquired a Lenovo Ideapad 320 17ABR and I just want to paradoxically say for the first time that hopefully, I did not delete Windows partition yet. So to understand the problem here's the short context: I just installed arch in dual boot just to check if everything is working before erasing the windows partition and it appears that the touchpad is not working nor detected.
I searched under Windows which one it was and it was mentioned that it is an Elantech. So I searched for a solution around the web but none of them could work ... Their conclusion always ended with "building a custom kernel or update the kernel" but their distributions were not Arch and/or their kernel were at the time of their issues >4.x or > 4.10.x. So I need some help in order to fix and understand that inconvenient issue ...
ELAN060B:00 should be matched by the elan_i2c module does lsmod show that module as loaded? If it is not try modprobing it and see if that produces any new dmesg output or produces a new entry in xinput list.
Yeah, sorry - I just read your first comment ;-)Up to speed neither psmouse is used nor seems the relevant elantech module auto-loaded.The device should have a Fn key to toggle the touchpad - try whether that causes any difference, monitor the action with "dmesg -w"
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I have a Lenovo Ideapad 320-15ABR with an Elantech touchpad. I tried enable the Elantech and I2C options in my kernel to no avail. I then tried setting CONFIG_PINCTRL_AMD=y in my configuration and the touchpad worked in my new kernel.
You would need to build a kernel with it that option set to Y to test.Edit: config.64 is now just config the broken link on "running compilation jobs simultaneously" should link ( will reduce build times on multicore systems ).
Microsoft has been trying to improve the touchpad experience on Windows 10 laptops. Laptops with “” are optimized by Microsoft, support standard gestures, and can be configured from the Settings app. Unfortunately, PC manufacturers can opt out of using Precision Touchpads. Now, there’s a way to install Precision Touchpad drivers even on laptops that don’t ship with them.
We tested this on a 13-inch HP Spectre x360 (2015 model) and on a 14-inch Dell Inspiron 14z (2012 model). It not only worked on both laptops, it made the touchpads feel a lot better—in our opinion. At CES 2017, an HP representative told us that HP was looking at making it possible for users to choose between treating the touchpad as a Precision Touchpad and using the manufacturer-provided drivers. It looks like that’s now possible—unofficially, at least.
Update: The broke this tweak on both laptops we tried it on. We had some issues clicking and then our touchpads would stop responding shortly after boot. We don’t recommend performing this tweak at the moment. If you already have, we recommend heading to Control Panel > Uninstall a Program and uninstalling the Synaptics or ELAN drivers that appear here. Afterwards, head to your laptop manufacturer’s website, find the product page for your specific laptop, and download the latest touchpad drivers for your hardware. Install them and they should replace the Precision Touchpad drivers you previously installed, reverting your laptop’s touchpad to its original manufacturer drivers.
This works because, Precision Touchpad or non-Precision Touchpad, laptops generally have the same underlying hardware. The touchpad is usually made by a company named Synaptics or ELAN, and manufacturers choose to either use Microsoft’s Precision Touchpad standard or manufacturer-customized drivers and configuration tools.
Now, it’s possible to simply install Microsoft’s Precision Touchpad drivers on many PC laptops, which will make Windows treat the touchpad as a Precision Touchpad. This will not work on every single laptop. You may encounter problems on some laptops; it just depends on the hardware.
You can check if your Windows 10 PC already has the Precision Touchpad drivers installed by navigating to Settings > Devices > Touchpad. If you see the “Your PC has a precision touchpad” text, you’re already using a PC with a Precision Touchpad. That means you already have the drivers, so you don’t have to do anything. Even if your touchpad doesn’t feel great, that’s a problem with the hardware—not the drivers.
If you don’t see “Your PC has a precision touchpad”—as in the screenshot below—your PC doesn’t have the Precision Touchpad drivers installed. You may be able to improve your touchpad responsiveness by installing the Precision Touchpad drivers using the instructions below.
We recommend you have a physical mouse ready, just in case. You probably won’t need it, but we’ve seen reports that this process can cause the touchpad to temporarily stop working while you change its drivers on the Razer Blade and perhaps other PC laptops. Either a USB or Bluetooth mouse will work—just be sure you have something to use in case your touchpad stops working. Of course, you can always navigate your computer with your keyboard or even a touch screen, if it has one.
Expand the “Mice and other pointing options” category. Check to see whether you have a “Synaptics” or “ELAN” input device. If the name of the touchpad in Device Manager doesn’t give you an indication, double-click the device to open its properties window and check the listed manufacturer. Here, we can see that a device labeled simply “Dell Touchpad” is in fact a Synaptics input device.
This process involves replacing your touchpad’s drivers, and should be fairly simple. However, we recommend you be careful when using the Device Manager. If you carefully follow the instructions below, you shouldn’t have any problems. Even if this process breaks your touchpad or causes other problems, you will be able to reinstall the touchpad drivers from your manufacturer’s website to fix things.
You might also want to go ahead and create a System Restore point, so that you can easily revert to your old drivers if you need to. Follow the instructions in our to create a new restore point, and then install the new drivers using the technique we’re about to show you.
To get started, right-click the Synaptics or ELAN touchpad device under the “Mice and other pointing devices” category in Device Manager, and then select the “Update driver” command.
You’ll see a warning saying that Windows can’t verify that the driver is compatible with your hardware. This is normal. To continue with the process and see how well the Precision Touchpad drivers work on your laptop, click the “Yes” button.
When everything is done, you can head to Settings > Devices > Touchpad. You should see the words “Your PC has a precision touchpad,” which indicates that the Precision Touchpad drivers are working. You can use the Touchpad settings screen here to customize your touchpad’s gestures, sensitivity, and other features.
On the Razer Blade and perhaps other laptops, the laptop’s touchpad will reportedly stop working after you reboot the PC following the installation of the Precision Touchpad drivers. You can fix this by searching for updated Precision Touchpad drivers.
To do this, head back to the Device Manager, right-click your Touchpad device, and then select “Up